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How To -- Questions and Answers

How do I make a calendar without certain days, such as, Saturday and Sunday?


Selection -
Click anywhere on the month element (the calendar grid) to select it. If you have a calendar with mini-calendars, you have three month elements. You will need to do these one at a time. First click once anywhere on the main month element, then proceed to the procedure in the next paragraph below. Second, click once anywhere on one of the mini-calendars, then perform the following procedure. Third, click on the other mini-calendar, then perform the following procedure. A similar series is needed if you have a bi-monthly calendar - two month elements; a bi-monthly calendar with mini-calendars - four month elements; or a 12-month calendar on one page - 12 month elements. Note: it is necessary to click on a month element so that the Inspector will know which month element you wish to change.


Open the Inspector to the fourth pane, Grid Settings. Select the Appearance tab. In the Weekdays section there are 7 square checkboxes. Uncheck the boxes for Sunday and Saturday (or whatever days you don't want). If you want, you can make a calendar of just Fridays by unchecking all the days except Friday.

Note: It is a good idea to also change the first day of the week to a day that is valid. That is, if you turn off Saturday and Sunday, change the first day of the week from Sunday to Monday.

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